On a cold, icy night on Guildhall, the Oddsocks team rolled into the New Theatre Royal to deliver a masterclass in comic acting, modernising a Shakespearean classic to the enjoyment of young and old, bringing in humour whilst leaving the […]
So there I was, feeling like a sardine in the sweatiest, most over crowded carriage of the Tube I have ever been in. So crowded in fact, the doors tried to shave a few inches off my arse whilst closing. Thinking to myself, “this best be worth it”.
Sex, drugs and a great cast make this film one of the funniest films I’ve seen in a long time. Meryl Streep (Jane) and Alec Baldwin (Jake) star in this hilarious romcom about a divorced couple who begin seeing each other again. There’s only one problem – Jake is married to the woman (25 years his junior) that he cheated on his ex-wife with.
Jason Reitman’s Up in the Air tells the story of a corporate man who is literally lost in the clouds as he becomes more and more out of step with reality.
With films such as Top Gun, Domino and Déja Vu under his belt, Tony Scott’s remake of the 1974 thriller, The Taking of Pelham 123, can definitely be labelled as a must-see as it is sure to be nothing less than outstanding.
This was one of those films that I wanted to see more out of pure astonishment rather than because I actually thought it looked good. The book which this movie is based on is very short and succinct, and I could not fathom how they had managed to take that simple tale and turn it into an hour and half long film.
Guy Ritchie is not the obvious director for a re-imagining of the infamous detective, but this is one which works surprisingly well.
Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes makes a welcome change to recent film adaptations of classic novels proving to be less than faithful to their originals (think Dorian Gray). With Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr. playing Watson and Holmes rather well, […]
I can’t think of another film in recent years that has been as highly anticipated as this: “Avatar” is James Cameron’s long-awaited follow-up to Titanic and proves that we are surely entering a new age of cinema.